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codes of practice for redundancy

Hi

Could someone point out the main legal requirements for redundancy which need to be considered, including the codes of practice 

thanks 

  • David Perry

    | 4952 Posts

    Chartered Member

    18 May, 2013 22:17

    Come on Hurjeet, I know it's getting late but I'd suggest  a quick search on the main website.  There are fact sheets and sections on employment law which will give you tons of information.
  • Robey

    | 1419 Posts

    Chartered Member

    20 May, 2013 08:38

    We will not do your homework for you!


    If, however, you want to frame an answer in your own words, based on your own research, and post it up here in brief, we would be happy to review it and offer suggestions/amendments and may even direct you to some good sources of information and research you may not have thought of.

  • Keith

    | 10224 Posts

    Chartered Fellow

    20 May, 2013 08:59

    Hurjeet


     As David helpfully says there is a wealth of information on this site that can answer some of these types of questions.


    There is a specific fact sheet on redundancy


    http://www.cipd.co.uk/hr-resources/factsheets/redundancy.aspx


    The factsheets are a good place for everyone to start if they want to learn the broad background on a topic before using teh communities to answer more specific or unusual questions.


    Best regards


    Keith

  • Steve Bridger

    | 7084 Posts

    Community Manager

    20 May, 2013 10:23

    Hi Hurjeet,

    Whether this is an assignment question or not, as others have said above, it's always a good idea to share your own thoughts (however unsure you are about them) as it helps others to know how to focus their advice and makes it less likely you will hear things you might already have thought of.

    Steve 

  • Thanks 

    To all that have responded to my post the impression i'm getting from the posts are that i'm not prepared to do my homework which isn't the case.

    I have researched the factsheets and other websites to support my research  and found useful information. 

    Thanks for the input any how

    kind regards 

  • Steve Bridger

    | 7084 Posts

    Community Manager

    20 May, 2013 20:34

    In reply to Hurjeet Singh:

    We hear you Hurjeet, and sorry if our responses seem harsh. 

    For future reference then - and for anyone reading this thread - my comment above still applies.

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